"I have been using Campbell Landscaping for the past 3 years for Irrigation services and have had great experience with them. They provide easy online scheduling for service and the crew was very helpful in showing me how configure and optimize my sprinkler system."
"Campbell's does a great job all around as a family owned landscaping company . They take the time to advise what kind of lawn care is needed and carry it out well. We've have both lawn services and an irrigation system installed by Campbell's. At this point we wouldn't use anyone else. Their customer service is awesome and their prices reasonable."
"Campbell landscaping installed a four zone irrigation system for me in the spring. Their team did a phenomenal job of walking me through the process and expectations of the system. They continue to follow up with me to make sure everything is working properly and that I am happy with my lawn."
Yes. We ask that you mark all irrigation heads and electric dog fences beforehand so they are not damaged during aeration. We provide clients with the flags beforehand so they can do this before our visit. We will email you in advance so you have time to do this.
We provide detailed watering instructions at the time of service, however plan on watering everyday until germination, which usually takes about 7-10 days.
Once the seed has emerged, we generally recommend that you wait 2 weeks before mowing areas where new seed is becoming established. For established lawn areas that were overseeded, there is no need to skip mowings.
No. Aeration and overseeding accomplishes two different things. Aeration alleviates compaction of the soil and can be done virtually anytime throughout the year. Overseeding replenishes bare areas and improves lawn density and needs to be done in the fall, when temperatures are cooler.
We recommend aerating once every few years while overseeding every year. Most home lawns do not receive enough foot traffic to compact soils enough to need yearly aeration. Overseeding should be done every year as our predominant grass type, Tall Fescue, does not spread, so bare areas will only fill in by planting new seed.